Jackson-Triggs winery releases all-Canadian summer concert list

Outdoor concerts on a beautiful summer night are hard to beat. Add the beautiful setting of a winery and mix in some lake breezes and you’ve got yourself a great night. 

Jackson-Triggs winery has released their 2022 summer concert lineup, a triumphant return after two years, and it’s a biggie. 

The season kicks off June 24 and 25 with the knock-out punch of Sam Roberts Band and Monowhales, followed July 8 with the Rural Alberta Advantage and Common Deer and running through August 13, when Chantal Kreviazuk finishes the season. 

“After two long years, we’re thrilled to be back with an elevated experience for music and wine lovers alike. We know the Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate Amphitheatre is a special experience for music fans. In fact, many of our artists performing this year have specifically asked to come back and perform in our one-of-a-kind venue,” says Sreejith Sasikumar, estate manager for the venue. “With the added investment in our sound system, we know our 2022 summer concert series will be the best to date.” 

That new sound system is a state-of-the-art Meyer Sound system, “designed to optimize the next generation line array loudspeaker system,” the venue says. This means a greater sound quality for all 500 people in attendance at each performance. 

“Eleven summers ago, we pulled into the beautiful grounds at Jackson-Triggs for the first time and thought ‘well, this isn’t your typical setting for a rock n roll show!’ Little did we know that it would be the first night of many more to come, in a place and with people who are now at the very heart of our idea of what summer shows are all about,” Sam Roberts says. “We are so glad 

to resume the tradition after two years away.”

Tickets go on sale Friday, May 4, for the whole season’s shows, including: 

  • June 24– Sam Roberts Band, Monowhales  
  • June 25 – Sam Roberts Band, Monowhales 
  • July 8– The Rural Alberta Advantage, Common Deer 
  • July 9– Stars, Beatrice Deer  
  • July 21 – Bahamas
  • July 22 – Bahamas
  • July 23 – Sarah Harmer, Lacey Hill 
  • July 29 – July Talk, Lou Canon
  • August 4 – Dwayne Gretzky, James Baley  
  • August 5 – Matt Andersen, Spencer Burton
  • August 6 – Dan Mangan, Georgia Harmer 
  • August 11 – The Reklaws, Nate Haller
  • August 12 – Alex Cuba, Ana Lía
  • August 13 – Chantal Kreviazuk 

It’s a fantastic lineup with a great range of artists. More information on the series is available here

Amber Healy

I write about music policy and lawsuits because they're endlessly fascinating.

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